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Original Maya Wrap Sling (Not Padded)-Bright Stripes


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  • This should fit people from 5'2" to 5'9" tall.
  • 100% cotton hand-loomed fabric is cooler
  • Genrerous pocket has room for diaper.
  • Spread weight of your child evenly across back
  • Instructional DVD Included
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Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions9.2 x 5.7 x 3 inches
UPC879496002405
Item model numberOMS-M-37
Care instructionsMachine wash in Cold Water and Hang to dry.
  
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ASINB000JT2U6E
Best Sellers Rank #106,829 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds
  
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Versatile-Your baby or toddler can be carried in front, hip, back, reclining, nursing, and kangaroo carry positions. The Maya Wrap Sling can be used as a lightweight blanket, shopping cart safety strap, or as a "leash" while your toddler explores. Each Maya Wrap Sling has a handy pocket in the tail for carrying an extra diaper or wipes. Great for both Mom and Dad-The tail of the sling is long enough to allow large people to wear it, while lack of padding allows it to be tightened enough for smaller people. Adustable- Each edge of the Maya Wrap Sling can be adjusted independently, allowing a perfect custom fit. Perfect for Nursing-Mom can drape the tail over her shoulder for complete coverage. Safe- The fabric and rings have been tested and can withstand in excess of 100 lbs. (35 lbs. is recommended carry weight limit) Long Lasting- The Maya Wrap Baby Sling can be used while your child grows from infant to toddler (35 lbs.).

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My son is a wiggle worm!
A. Schwartz
We have 3 kids and of the slings we have tried so far, this is the most simplest and efficient.
S. Mohammed
I recommend this product without hesitation.
TMA

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Dori Bean on March 31, 2007
I love thi sling for many reasons but the top three are the following:

1) my baby calms down right away when she's carried in it.

2) she doesn't get scared of strangers when we visit new people or go to a party (she's in the middle of the stranger anxiety phase).

3) Most of all it helps nursing really discretely in public without ovrheating my baby. Before Itried to use all kinds of blankets and scarves but my baby was getting so swaty and hot. instead the fabric of maya wraps is very breathable and my baby remains at a comfortable temperature, even in Texas.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Fiddlin' Mommy on October 12, 2007
I loved this one best and wish I had it for my 1st baby! I loved that it has a nice big pocket on it, could fit some wipes, diapers & burp cloths - no need for diaper bag for short trips. I loved that it was light weight, VERY versatile, and easy to stuff in diaper bag for longer trips.

It took some practice to get it down, but I would never switch. My son is 19 months now & we use it for a hip carrier. I have seen it used for a back carrier too. My son is CLINGY, he wants to be carried ALL the time when we go out. This makes us both a lot more happy!

I will re-state, it takes practice to get it figured out, but it is extremely versatile. Go to a La Leche league meeting and someone there will easily be able to give you pointers.
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17 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on September 9, 2007
I have both the maya wrap and the moby wrap, and all i have to say is that the people who love the maya wrap are the ones who have not yet tried a moby wrap. the moby wrap is better hands down. it holds my baby MUCH more secure than the maya and i can hold her in many more position. the moby supports on both shoulders unlike the maya and i would recommend the moby without a doubt to people. so if you read this and you're trying to decide between the two, GET THE MOBY!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A. Schwartz on September 8, 2008
My son is a wiggle worm! I could not use the sling really until he was about 4 months old - he would arch his back and then his head would get kinked. But once he was solidly holding his head up this sling is a miracle worker.

I use this baby every where we go. Sometimes being in the stroller is unsettling for him so I just pop him in the sling and he is fine and feels safe. If he is fine in his stroller but wants to sleep, I just use the sling to cover the front and sides of the stroller because it is so wide. I can also use it as a cover for the stroller while changing a diaper. When we fly places I can cover his head while he sleeps on the plane on me. It has just become the all around baby necessity for me. I can't say enough good things about it!

I also have a baby bjorn and an evenflo snugli. The problem with these is that they put a ton of strain on my shoulders, they don't really even out the weight of a larger baby. My son is 30" long and 17 lbs at only 5 months. When I use the sling, I can carry him for over an hour at a time vs 10-15 minutes in the other carriers or 10 minutes just holding him.

***It does take practice and some learning though along with a lot of patience. With such a wiggly baby, I've found the best postion for us is the tummy to tummy while he kind of straddles my middle. Sometimes he will also sit in it cross legged while facing forward.

I think it will be great to carry him on my back with in a few more months. I can't wait to see how many more uses I can get out of it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Meg V. on May 8, 2009
I used other styles of baby carriers for my first two -- a Snugli for #1 and a Nojo sling for #2. I loved the idea of a sling, but wasn't thrilled with the Nojo because of all the padding and the fact that it wasn't designed for a 4' 11" tall woman. So I decided to try the unpadded Maya sling for baby #3 and WHAT a difference it made! I was able to cinch it up so that my little 6 pounder was nice and secure against me. With the Maya I found that I wore the baby for hours longer than I ever did with the Snugli or the Nojo because both of us were happy with how it felt.

Having said that, the 6 pounder is now a 16 pounder (or more) and the sling doesn't feel quite as comfortable as it used to and I tend not to wear baby boy for as long. I will admit it may be something I'm not doing right that is contributing to the problem, but I'm now intrigued enough to look at the Moby wrap to see if it might work better for me now that my baby is bigger. I still love using my Maya sling around the house and have recommended it to many expecting mothers, but it would be nice to find something I can use for longer periods of time like I used to be able to do with the Maya.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Virtuous on February 13, 2010
I've used this wrap for five months now and the only thing that I like about it is the tail because I can nurse while carrying my baby with ease. I don't like the fabric and when tightened it digs into my neck and my baby's legs and hurts. It seems to be twisted 90% of the time and I know that I'm threading it correctly. I have to readjust it too often because the fabric is always sliding and loosening up the sling. I NEVER go hands free using this carrier. I don't know what they're talking about but this sling isn't that secure. Another thing about slings is they are only supported by one shoulder and your back so eventually the weight from any sized baby causes a lot of pain and discomfort. I am looking into the Moby or Sleepy Baby wraps because they're softer, more secure and distribute weight evenly, but I'm not sure if I want to be bothered with all that wrapping.
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